Chase is one of the seventeen top law schools in the nation for students who want experience in business-related courses and programs, according to new rankings by preLaw magazine.
preLaw says Chase rates as an “A”-level law school for what students have available to them. That includes business-related courses, the W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business + Technology, the Small Business & Nonprofit Law Clinic, the Transactional Law Practice Center, the Business Bootcamp, plus business-related externships and internships.
Chase shares the “A”-level ranking with such law schools as UCLA, Case Western Reserve, and University of Minnesota. Chase gained the “A” level ranking by scoring at ninety percent or higher in preLaw criteria.